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10 Strategies to Learn Spoken English

Learning spoken English can be an exciting journey. On the flip side, it can be a herculean task for some owing to deficit of perfect English ambience. To Quote George Bernard Shaw here.

“You see, sleep or no sleep, hunger or no hunger, tired or not tired, you can always do a thing when you know it must be done. Well, that pipe must be got down...”

Therefore, whatsoever daunting the task appear to be, we can always surmount any hiccups on our way to learning spoken English with the help of the 10 proven strategies.

1. Practice speaking regularly:

The more you speak, the more comfortable you'll become. Engage in conversations with native English speakers or find language exchange partners to practice speaking with.

2. Immerse yourself in English:

Surround yourself with English as much as possible. Watch English movies and TV shows with subtitles and also listen to English podcasts or radio, and read English books or newspapers. Immerse yourself in the language to improve your vocabulary and pronunciation & sentence structures.

3. Repeat and mimic

Listen to native English speakers and try to mimic their pronunciation, intonation, and rhythm. Repeat phrases and sentences to practice your pronunciation skills. Pay attention to stress and intonation patterns.

4. Use English learning apps:

There are several English learning apps available that focus on improving spoken English skills. They provide interactive exercises, pronunciation practice, and speaking drills to help you practice and receive feedback.

5. Take part in language courses or classes:

Joining a language course or class can provide structure and guidance in your learning journey. Qualified teachers can provide valuable feedback, correct your mistakes, and offer speaking opportunities in a supportive environment.

6. Find a conversation partner:

Look for a conversation partner who is a native English speaker or someone fluent in the language. Engaging in regular conversations will give you the opportunity to practice and receive real-time feedback on your spoken English skills.

7. Fake it Before you Make It:

Use a voice recorder or your smartphone to record yourself speaking English. Listen to your recordings and identify areas where you need improvement. Pay attention to pronunciation, intonation, and fluency.

8. Learn common phrases and expressions:

Focus on learning commonly used phrases and expressions in English. This will help you communicate more naturally in everyday conversations. Practice using these phrases in different contexts to build confidence.

9. Listen to spoken English:

Listen to various sources of spoken English, such as podcasts, audiobooks, or TED Talks. This will help you familiarize yourself with different accents, improve your listening comprehension, and develop an ear for natural English speech.

10. Don't Be Afraid to Speak:

Remember that making mistakes is a natural part of the learning process. Be confident, take risks, and don't be afraid to speak even if you're not perfect. The more you practice, the more you'll improve.

Remember, consistency and persistence are key when learning any language. Practice regularly, be patient with yourself, and celebrate your progress along the way.

Note: Read Hindi Translation of this post here 


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Vivek Pathak
Vivek Pathak
19 Haz 2023

If you are weak in speaking English and want to learn English, Always contact Spoken English Institute because they have qualified staff, who help their students to speak English without any hesitation.

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